Anthony Mackie has signed a deal to star in Captain America 4.
He'll carry the coveted shield for the first time as the main character in the Captain America film franchise, according to Deadline, and fans are losing it.
The fourth instalment to the saga will be written by Malcolm Spellman and Dalan Musson, the head writer and series staff writer for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
It's unclear whether Mackie's co-star in the TV series, Sebastian Stan, who plays Bucky, will also appear in the upcoming movie.
It's also unknown whether Chris Evans, who played the original Captain America, will be involved in the project.
Marvel is staying tight-lipped about any appearance from the OG Cap, however it could be an epic moment for fans all over the world.
Sam Wilson's Falcon was handpicked by Steve Rogers to succeed him after finally retiring from being a leading superhero.
It's a massive achievement for the Juilliard-trained actor, however he's already had plenty of experience with the Marvel machine.
Mackie made his first appearance in the MCU in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. He's also got credits in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame as well as Captain America: Civil War.
The Hollywood Reporter claims the fourth Captain America film will loosely follow the events of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier series.
Mackie has previously said the TV show was just as intense as shooting an Avengers film.
"Those movies are like summer camp. And this show, it was no different. It was the same group of people, coming together to make it work," he said.
"And so the stunt stuff - everything is just on another level. Every show, every movie, they just push it - they push the envelope so much. So hopefully, knock on wood, we'll be going back soon.
"We're shooting it exactly like a movie. Everybody who had worked on TV before was like, 'I've never worked on a TV show like this.' The way in which we were shooting, it feels exactly like we were shooting the movie cut up into the show. So instead of a two-hour movie, a six or eight-hour movie."
There's no telling when this movie will start production or come to the cinema however it's clear the legacy of Captain America will continue on for many years.